The right-handed opener hit the milestone on Day 4 of the second Test against the West Indies at Port of Spain in Trinidad on Sunday.
Rohit, who scored 103 in the first Test and 80 in the first innings of the second Test, was dismissed for 57 when he was caught at fine leg off Shannon Gabriel by Alsari Joseph. His innings consisted of five fours and three sixes off 44 balls.
Rohit too Yashasvi Jaiswal Then India got off to a good start in the second innings Muhammad SirajA career-best five-wicket haul (5/60) bowled West Indies out for 255 and took a 183-run first innings lead.
India started lunch at 98 for one in 12 overs due to rain.
Earlier, the West Indies batsmen found Siraj unplayable as the 29-year-old Siraj, as he often does, made good on the scrambled seam.
However, it was a debut Mukesh Kumar Southpaw Alik Athanasei (37) was caught in front by an inswinger in the very first over that started West Indies’ collapse. On the third day, play started half an hour before the scheduled time after time was lost due to rain.